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Putnamville recognizes achievements of troopers and civilians

Friday, December 21, 2012

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Indiana State Police Putnamville Post Commander Lt. Dan Jones (far left) recently presented awards and recognitions to troopers and civilian employees for achievements. Those receiving awards included Senior Trooper Ty Lightle, Corporal Lisa West, Trooper Mike Lancy, and civilian employees Ron Vermillion, Sara Nelson and Chris Schurick.
PUTNAMVILLE -- During a Tuesday post meeting at the Indiana State Police Putnamville District, Lt. Dan Jones, Commander of the Putnamville Post, presented awards and recognitions to troopers and civilian employees for recent achievements.

An ISP Safe Driving Award was presented to Senior Trooper Ty Lightle of Parke County for achieving 500,000 safe driving miles. The award was presented to Lightle for not having a preventable automobile crash in 500,000 miles while operating his department patrol vehicle.

Corporal Lisa West of Vermillion County received her years of service certificate and recognition pin for 25 years of service to the department and to residents of Indiana.

Trooper Mike Lancy, also of Vermillion County, and Trooper Mike Taylor, of Vigo County, were each presented with their five-year longevity awards.

Civilian Longevity Awards were presented to Building Custodian Ron Vermillion of Putnam County for 15 years of service; Criminal Investigations Secretary IV Chris Schurick of Clay County, for 10 years of service; and Data Processing Operation V Sara Nelson, also of Clay County, for 10 years of service.

"The Putnamville District is blessed with many employees who are committed to the department and the citizens of Indiana," Lt. Jones said. "These individuals are but one example of our great staff, and I congratulate them on their fine work and dedicated service to our district."



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